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  • How to create basic shapes in SVG

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  • The height and width of the rectangle are determined by the width and height attributes of the rect> element.
  • The rectangle's CSS characteristics are defined by the style attribute.
  • The rectangle's fill colour is determined by the CSS fill attribute.
  • The CSS stroke-width attribute specifies the width of the rectangle's border.
  • The CSS stroke attribute determines the colour of the rectangle's border.a

Path. The most general shape that can be utilised in SVG is a route. You can draw rectangles (with or without rounded corners), circles, ellipses, polylines, and polygons with a path element. Bezier curves, quadratic curves, and many others are examples of different sorts of shapes.

In HTML, you may utilise the rect element inside the svg element to make a square.

The rect> element is a basic SVG shape that draws rectangles with positions, widths, and heights defined.

To draw a hexagon, use the svg> element with the polygon> element. We need to provide the x,y coordinates for 6 angles in order to draw a hexagon. Sets the colour of hexagon's environment. The colour of the hexagon stroke is specified.

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